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The Last Trailer Jack You'll Ever Need

Introducing two trailer jack models to withstand the harshest marine environments

The Sierra Deluxe Trailer Jack against a white background

Deluxe Trailer Jack

Sierra’s Trailer Jack Deluxe features a 1,500 lbs. load capacity and a 10-inch travel distance. Designed to fit tongues up to 3 inches x 5 inches, the Deluxe quickly pivots into a horizontal position and is ideal for hauling boats, snowmobiles, and smaller sports craft. The zinc-plated undercoat with a tough black textured overcoat provides maximum protection from corrosion. A durable crank handle and a heavy-duty 6-inch wheel make managing your trailer load easy and comfortable.

 

The Sierra Deluxe Plus Trailer Jack against a white background

Deluxe Plus Trailer Jack

Sierra’s Trailer Jack Deluxe Plus features the same 1,500 lbs. load capacity but delivers a larger 12-inch travel distance, an 8 inch heavy-duty wheel, and a wheel caster that swivels independently from the inner post. Designed to fit tongues up to 3 inches x 5 inches, the Deluxe Plus quickly pivots into a horizontal position and is ideal for hauling boats, snowmobiles, and smaller sports craft. The zinc-plated undercoat with a tough black textured overcoat provides maximum protection from corrosion. A durable crank handle and an extended sleeved pull pin make managing your trailer load easy and comfortable.

The pull pin of a Sierra trailer jack

Resists Corrosion

With over 400 hours of saltwater spray testing in our development process, the tough, black, textured finish over zinc plated coating is built to hold up in harsh marine environments.

A closeup image of a Sierra Deluxe trailer jack handle and pull pin

Built-In Grease Ports

Built-in grease fitting allows for easy lubrication and eliminates the need to remove the cap – extending the life of your trailer jack.

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Heavy-Duty Wheels

Able to withstand drops up to 42 inches, the rugged, spoked wheels aid in mobility and are built to hold up in harsh marine environments.

Sierra Trailer Jack FAQ

Q: What’s the difference between the Deluxe and Deluxe Plus trailer jack?

A: The Deluxe trailer jack has a 10 inch travel distance, a 6 inch diameter wheel, and one grease port. It’s smaller than the Deluxe Plus and is better suited for smaller craft, although both models have a 1,500 lbs. load capacity. The Deluxe Plus trailer jack has a 12 inch travel distance, an 8 inch diameter wheel and two grease ports. The Plus model also features a wheel caster that swivels independent from the inner post and an extended sleeved pull pin. Our comfort grip handle on the crank comes with the Deluxe Plus model, while a durable plastic handle comes standard on the Deluxe model.  

Both models feature a Zinc plated undercoat with a tough black textured overcoat that helps resist corrosion.

Q: What tongue sized do the Sierra trailer jacks fit?

A: Our trailer jacks are designed to fit tongues up to 3” x 5”.

Q: Can I install the trailer jack myself?

A: Yes! Both models ship with the mounting hardware and multi-lingual install instructions. When in doubt, contact your local Sierra dealer for questions.

Q: What’s the maximum load capacity? 

A: Our trailer jacks are made to handle up to 1,500 pounds.

An aluminum boat launching from a trailer into a lake

Boat Launch & Trailering Basics

Launching a boat can be daunting for new boaters. But with practice and a solid handle on how to to maneuver your trailer, each successful lanch will build confidence. Soon you will be able to launch your boat from the ramp like a pro.

58 Years of Sierra

SIERRA has a 58-year history as a leading global manufacturer of aftermarket engine and drive parts for the marine industry. The SIERRA brand encompasses the full SIERRA Marine product lines, as well as expansive marine brands formerly known as Shields and Moeller.

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